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Jan 30 2019
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They’re fighting back against a shitty move. Publishers need to know which lines to cross and which not to. Would you have wanted EA to have had no push-back from turning Battlefront 2 into a Pay-to-Win game with lootboxes? The majority of gamers didn’t want their product to be that way so they pushed back. Read more

Jan 30 2019
2

“passing the savings on to YOU” ehhhhhh for now. Its most likely just grow their install base.

Dec 20 2018
4

The thing I hate about Scrabble is how goddamn personal it gets for some people. It's just a game about spelling, ffs. I'd you lose, it doesn't mean I'm more intelligent than you, so stop fucking pouting. Also, if you win, it does not mean you're an undiscovered genius. Why is this game like this?

The thing I hate about Scrabble is how goddamn personal it gets for some people. It's just a game about spelling,

Dec 20 2018
3

If Scrabble entertains you, I am intrigued by what else you consider entertaining. Watching chess? Digging a hole, then filling it up again? By a wide, wide margin the most overrated board “game” (it’s a goddamn spelling bee mixed with the unharnessed excitement of a crossword puzzle) of all time. Scrabble is trash.

If Scrabble entertains you, I am intrigued by what else you consider entertaining. Watching chess? Digging a hole,

Dec 20 2018
5

A crime for no Scythe. or Photosynthesis, or Bang! The Dice Game (gets played too often among my friends).

A crime for no Scythe. or Photosynthesis, or Bang! The Dice Game (gets played too often among my friends).

Dec 19 2018
2

I would strongly recommend removing the Widow’s Walk expansion from the recommendation of Betrayal at House on the Hill. My gaming group played the former countless times, bought the expansion, and after two games, shuffled it back out and threw it away. Read more

I would strongly recommend removing the Widow’s Walk expansion from the recommendation of Betrayal at House on the

Mar 22 2017
6

I don’t know personally I would rather see Stephen Lang as Cable.

Mar 22 2017
2

While I’m no casting director, I can’t help but instinctually think he’s a terrible pick.
Now, I could be wrong - and if he is cast, I hope I am - but I’ve never been a big fan of his work, and with as much will be tied to Cable in upcoming X-stuff, I just don’t know how much Shannon-izing I want of Deadpool/X-Force, Read more

Mar 22 2017
3

I realize Stephen Lang and J.K. Simmons aren’t tall enough, but the fanboy in me really likes the thought of those two. I’m just going to throw out Dwayne Johnson realizing it will bring an avalanche of ridicule. I only suggest him because he would easily outsize Reynolds and can easily pull off the machismo that is Read more

Dec 1 2016
115

That same thought crossed my mind. She looks like Emo-Tep.

Dec 1 2016
121

Nothing will ever beat the chemistry between Fraser and Weisz in the original two Mummies (so glad they never made a third), but I’ll check this out. Maybe it won’t suck!

Oct 6 2016
559

Netflix*’s runaway hit Stranger Things† did a lot of things right, and chief among them: antagonizing the US‡ Department of Energy**. Read more

Aug 23 2016
10

I liked Barb’s character a lot. She is the geeky friend that gets left behind as the more “Marketable” friend moves up the social click ladder. This happened to pretty much every geek growing up and moving from middle school to high school. With that in mind I can completely understand why people liked her so much, Read more

Jul 4 2016
1

I’m not entirely sure. Though, I guess, I wouldn’t oppose a ruling of this being a case of semantics and/or interpretation. At any rate, in most cases, I do defer to Merriam-Webster as well for my definition needs. This is what it states (just so we’re clear):

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Jul 2 2016
2

I feel I must politely disagree. I see prequels and sequels as requiring a direct built up to, or consequence of, the events taking place in the original work. Otherwise, at least in my opinion, they’re just stories in the same universe. Granted, there’s probably not many examples of this, though I do believe Read more

Jun 28 2016
3

That’s part of why she’s so great! GoT has always been about manipulation and subterfuge and she’s the complete antithesis of that because she was raised with honor, who still believes in it like a little kid. So the old guys had pragmatic reasons that weren’t exactly wrong but she was all, nope.

Jul 16 2014
4

That's a new superhero group right there.